Editor, Casa Grande Dispatch:
A friend of mine recently told me that he received four ballots for the recent presidential election. He received one addressed to him, but he is not registered to vote. One ballot was addressed to a family member who no longer lives at the house. Two ballots were addressed to family members who are deceased. It seems to me that not much care was taken to ensure who gets ballots. Apparently, everyone, dead or alive, registered or not and those no longer at that address, are entitled to receive a ballot!
I sincerely doubt the signatures on returned ballots were checked. It appears the staff does not have the time to check the obituaries, registered voters or new addresses. How am I, a registered voter, to believe the election was "clean"?